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Premier T20 Cup
Wadebridge can already start to think about booking the Premier T20 Finals Day off after they extended their unbeaten start to four games after making light work of defending champions Callington in their two matches at Moores Park on Saturday. Kevin Renecke’s 32 helped the visitors to 110 in the first match, before Kelvin Snell took a superb 4-7 as they dismissed their hosts for 58 to triumph by 52 runs.
The visitors were keeping plenty in their locker for the second match as the early pacesetters claimed victory by 129 runs. James Turpin hit 65 and Matthew Robins added 62 as Wadebridge set Callington 204 to win, with Turpin taking 3-18 as the home side were skittled out for 76.
St Just lead the west pool after taking their competition record to three wins from four following a pair of victories at Hayle on Saturday. Max Waller top-scored with 36 as the visitors triumphed by 66 runs in the opener, with some superb bowling from Gareth May (4-18), Waller (3-8) and Ben Stevens (2-7) restricting Hayle to 60 all out.
Hayle captain Tom Sharp led by example with 47 as the home side made an improved 102-6 in the second match, but May’s unbeaten 34 and Waller’s 40 off 21 balls did much of the work as the visitors required just 12 overs to record victory by seven wickets.
Penzance and Camborne are two of five teams sat on two wins from four thus far after the sides earned one victory apiece in west Cornwall on Saturday. Camborne drew first blood, winning by ten runs in the opening game. Lewis Goldsworthy top-scored with a modest 25 as the visitors made 98-5 in their innings, but a Gareth Mankee-led (3-20) attack dismissed their hosts for 88 with three balls remaining.
Penzance would have their revenge later in the afternoon, however, as they triumphed by 45 runs in the second game. There were no such batting woes this time as Christian Purchase’s pyrotechnics (89) guided the hosts towards 202-4, with Liam Weeks’s impressive 70* not enough as Camborne managed 157-3 before running out of balls.
Another two teams with two wins apiece are St Austell and Redruth after they shared the spoils at Wheal Eliza. The hosts were victorious in the midday match as Daniel Jarman’s 58 catapulted the Saints towards 167-2, with a steady unbeaten 50 from Karl Leathley not enough as Redruth could only manage 105-1 in reply.
The boot was very much on the other foot later on as Redruth, led by Craig Johnson’s 3-20, restricted their hosts to 100-8, before Toby Whiteford (38*) and Jack Hale (33*) helped knock that total off after little more than ten overs to record victory by nine wickets.
It was very much a case of redemption for Werrington, who, after becoming the only side to fail to register a win on the opening weekend, claimed victory in both matches at home to Truro on Saturday. The east Cornwall outfit ran out nine-wicket winners in match one, with Charlie Kent and Murray Wyatt both recording 30 as Truro made 113-5, before Adam Hodgson’s unbeaten 47 helped see the hosts home in the 16th over.
Hodgson turned his attentions to the ball in the second match as Werrington triumphed by seven wickets, taking 3-22 as Truro made 139-8, before Ben Jenkin (57*) provided the vital runs to see the hosts over the line with 15 balls to spare.
Callington 58 (16.5) v Wadebridge 110-9 (20)
Wadebridge win by 52 runs
Hayle 60 (16.3) v St Just 126-7(20)
St Just win by 66 runs
Penzance 88 (19.3) v Camborne 98-5 (20)
Camborne win by ten runs
St Austell 167-2 (20) v Redruth 105-1 (20)
St Austell win by 62 runs
Werrington 114-1 (15.1) v Truro 113-5 (20)
Werrington win by nine wickets
Callington 76 (15.3) v Wadebridge 205-3 (20)
Wadebridge win by 129 runs
Hayle 102-6 (20) v St Just 103-3 (12)
St Just win by seven wickets
Penzance 202-4 (20) v Camborne 157-3 (20)
Penzance win by 45 runs
St Austell 100-8 (20) v Redruth 102-1 (10.3)
Redruth win by nine wickets
Werrington 143-3 (17.3) v Truro 139-8 (20)
Werrington win by seven wickets
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County Division 1
Grampound Road still have the maximum points available after taking another 20 from their game at Redruth 2 on Saturday, winning by eight runs at the recently renamed TimbaBuild Park. It was down to sixth batsman Adam Thomas who provided 45 as Grampound reached 207-9, and although Redruth slipped to 118-9, a timely 51 from 11th batsman Dylan Caddy gave the hosts hope, although that finally ran out when he was dismissed with two balls remaining.
Beacon are two points behind the Roadies after defeating Helston by 33 runs at Clodgey Lane. Darren Proctor weighed in with 42 as Beacon set their hosts 183 to win, but despite a handy 60 from opener Dan Jenkin, a lower-order collapse saw Helston dismissed for 149 after 45.1 overs.
Paul also made it two wins from two and sit one point further back after they beat Newquay by 34 runs at Hutchens Park. Ben Brooks provided a useful knock of 54 from 124 balls as the hosts made steady progress towards 171 before their dismissal. Jack Howarth took 4-18 for Newquay and he was their top scorer in their reply, managing 26 as the visitors were all out for 137.
Falmouth recorded their first win of the campaign, running out four-wicket winners over Callington 2 at the Hine Downing Oval. The visitors got off to a good start with openers Richard Brown (32) and Alex Robinson (38) weighing in with a combined 70, only for Callum Stephens (5-13) to take charge and remove five players as Callington slumped to 131 all out. Richard Kellow was one of two players to make double figures in the hosts’ reply, but his 57 was more than enough as the hosts eased over the line in the 34th over.
Newly-promoted Mullion earned their first win of the season, bagging a comprehensive 139-run victory at Lanhydrock. A 108-run stand for the first wicket between Joss Hearn (58) and Ryan Pascoe (60) did much of the legwork as Mullion posted a very useful 231, with Pascoe (3-9) and Dylan Mitchell (3-28) starring with the ball as Lanhydrock were skittled out for 92.
St Erme posted the biggest score of the day as they defeated Werrington 2 by 66 runs at Castle Field. Sean Hooper’s unbeaten 80 helped the mid-Cornwall outfit to 258-7, with Werrington, despite an unbeaten 56 from tenth batsman Robert Dymond, being dismissed for 192.
Falmouth 133-6 (33.3) v Callington 2 131 (45.2)
Falmouth win by four wickets
Helston 149 (45.1) v Beacon 182-8 (50)
Beacon win by 33 runs
Lanhydrock 92 (32.1) v Mullion 231-7 (50)
Mullion win by 139 runs
Paul 171 (48.4) v Newquay 137 (38.5)
Paul win by 34 runs
Redruth 2 199 (49.4) v Grampound Road 207-9 (50)
Grampound Road win by eight runs
St Erme 258-7 (50) v Werrington 2 192 (42.3)
St Erme win by 66 runs
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Division 2 East
St Blazey are the early pacesetters after heavy scores from openers Rory Dixon (62) and Simon Danby (66*) saw them coast to a nine-wicket victory at South Petherwin, while Roche Old Boys are just a point behind after James Cole’s unbeaten 125 steered the Clay Country side to a handsome 190-run triumph over Tintagel.
Matt Taylor (106) weighed in with his own century as Wadebridge 2 beat Menheniot/Looe by 99 runs at Egloshayle Park, while Sam Hockin took 4-35 and Matthew Williams took 3-19 as Bude bowled Grampound Road 2 out for 95 in their 117-run victory at the Roadies.
Elsewhere, opener Tom Neville’s 65 helped Callington 3 to victory over St Austell 2 by 33 runs, while Tideford’s own number one batsman Daniel Robotham provided 69 as the east Cornwall outfit defeated Devonians Holsworthy by 23 runs.
Callington 3 254-9 (45) v St Austell 2 221 (38)
Callington 3 win by 33 runs
Grampound Road 2 95 (36.3) v Bude 212-8 (45)
Bude win by 117 runs
Roche Old Boys 357-5 (45) v Tintagel 167-8 (45)
Roche Old Boys win by 190 runs
South Petherwin 173 (42.2) v St Blazey 174-1 (36.5)
St Blazey win by nine wickets
Tideford 229-8 (45) v Holsworthy 206 (43.2)
Tideford win by 23 runs
Wadebridge 2 273-6 (45) v Menheniot/Looe 174-9 (45)
Wadebridge 2 win by 99 runs
Division 2 West
John Chaffin’s match-high 64 was not enough as his Veryan side slipped to an 85-run defeat to Penzance 2 at Elerkey Lane, but Simon Johnson was all Mount Ambrose needed as they beat Truro 2 by 224 runs, with the skipper top-scoring with 70 before taking 4-3 as the home side were skittled out for 68.
An impressive 80 for Ryan Thomas guided Mount Hawke & Porthtowan to victory over Barripper by 115 runs, and a 92 from Mark Harvey helped St Ives towards a comfortable 103-run win over Stithians in their first match of the season.
Mark Bannister’s superb haul of 6-27 was not enough as St Gluvias were beaten by eight runs at St Just 2 in their first match of the year, while Tyler Murrell took 4-37 as Perranporth edged out Camborne 2 by one wicket.
Camborne 2 153 (41.3) v Perranporth 154-9 (38.2)
Perranporth win by one wicket
Mount Hawke & Porthtowan 276-5 (45) v Barripper 161-8 (45)
Mount Hawke & Porthtowan win by 115 runs
St Ives 242-6 (45) v Stithians 139 (36.4)
St Ives win by 103 runs
St Just 2 202-9 (45) v St Gluvias 194 (41.2)
St Just win by eight runs
Truro 2 68 (16.3) v Mount Ambrose 292-6 (45)
Mount Ambrose win by 224 runs
Veryan 112 (36.3) v Penzance 2 197 (44)
Penzance 2 win by 85 runs
Division 3 East
John Niblett (134*) and Jamie Coates (106) starred for early leaders Boconnoc as they cruised to victory over Luckett by 123 runs, while Joe Baker took 4-46 as St Austell 3 joined Boconnoc on 39 points after winning at Bugle by three wickets.
St Neot Taverners are also two for two after David Brice hit an unbeaten 66 in their 25-run win over St Minver, while Reuben Trethewey’s ton (100) helped Roche Old Boys 2 win by seven wickets at Werrington 3.
James Dawe scored 94 off 68 balls as Launceston defeated Lanhydrock 2 by 97 runs, while Newquay 2 went one better and triumphed by 98 runs at home to Ladock, with Rhys Morgans hitting an unbeaten 151 for the hosts.
Boconnoc 302-2 (45) v Luckett 179-9 (45)
Boconnoc win by 123 runs
Bugle 145 (38.4) v St Austell 3 148-7 (23.5)
St Austell win by three wickets
Launceston 285-7 (45) v Lanhydrock 2 188-9 (45)
Launceston win by 97 runs
Newquay 2 263-6 (45) v Ladock 165-8 (45)
Newquay 2 win by 98 runs
St Neot Taverners 148-8 (45) v St Minver 123 (38.2)
St Neot Taverners win by 25 runs
Werrington 3 220-4 (45) v Roche Old Boys 2 221-3 (34)
Roche Old Boys 2 win by seven wickets
Division 3 West
Ludgvan are still on maximum points at the top of Division 3 West as they thrashed St Buryan by ten wickets, with Scott Stevens taking 3-7 before providing an unbeaten 49 to see his side over the line.
Billy Taylor scored 96 as Helston 2 won by 26 runs at Wendron, Duncan Ayres’ 59 could not prevent Falmouth 2 from losing by 71 runs at Gulval, while Peter Holland (57) and Chris Pentecost’s (50) 101-run stand for the opening wicket was not enough for Perranarworthal as they lost to Hayle 2 by five wickets.
Alex Prynn took a superb 5-15 as his Constantine side defeated Mullion 2 by 46 runs, while Tom Stevens posted 118 as Redruth 3 thrashed Beacon 2 by 152 runs at the BCG.
Beacon 2 112 (29.4) v Redruth 3 265-7 (45)
Redruth win by 153 runs
Gulval 243 (44) v Falmouth 2 172 (39)
Gulval win by 71 runs
Mullion 2 76 (28.3) v Constantine 122 (41.2)
Constantine win by 46 runs
Perranarworthal 187-7 (45) v Hayle 2 191-5 (37.1)
Hayle 2 win by five wickets
St Buryan 63 v Ludgvan 68-0
Ludgvan win by ten wickets
Wendron 240 (43.2) v Helston 2 266-6 (45)
Helston 2 win by 26 runs
Division 4 East
Grampound Road 3 move to the top of the table despite Oliver (3-33) and Ben Sleeman (3-21) taking three wickets apiece as they lost by 37 runs at Pencarrow, after previous leaders Wadebridge 3 were beaten by seven runs at Menheniot/Looe 2, with Matthew Perrett hitting an unbeaten 66 for the hosts.
Jack Miles’ 93 helped Bude 2 towards a 12-run with at home to South Petherwin 2, while a fantastic unbeaten 167 from Andrew Cobb saw Liskeard cruise to a 151-run victory at St Blazey 2.
Bude 2 200-3 (40) v South Petherwin 2 188 (33.2)
Bude 2 win by 12 runs
Menheniot/Looe 2 193-3 (40) v Wadebridge 3 186-8 (40)
Menheniot/Looe 2 win by seven runs
Pencarrow 201-6 (40) v Grampound Road 3 164-9 (40)
Pencarrow win by 37 runs
St Blazey 2 141-7 (40) v Liskeard 292-3 (40)
Liskeard win by 151 runs
Division 4 West
The Mount Ambrose 2 trio of Andrew Bath (2-22), Mark Thomas (2-18) and Marcus Rogers (2-25) made light work of a Leedstown side that turned up to the game with nine players as the hosts won by eight wickets, while Jack Thompson’s match-high 107 was not enough for St Newlyn East to avoid a 28-run loss at Praze in a high-scoring encounter.
David Elliot registered a fantastic 6-25 as Stithians 2 ran out 29-run winners at home to Mount Hawke & Porthtowan 2, while James Harvey (4-44) and Nick Skerratt (4-25) took four wickets each as their St Just 3 side beat St Erme 2 by 69 runs.
Elsewhere, Perranarworthal 2’s own double act of Gareth Best (4-22) and Ashley Bridges (4-31) shared eight wickets their two-wicket triumph over Truro 3, while Paul 2 conceded their match at Gerrans.
Gerrans v Paul 2
Mount Ambrose 2 69-2(15.5) v Leedstown 68 (22.3)
Mount Ambrose win by eight wickets
Praze 283-4 (40) v St Newlyn East 255-9 (40)
Praze win by 28 runs
Stithians 2 109 (34.5) v Mount Hawke & Porthtowan 2 80 (38.1)
Stithians 2 win by 29 runs
St Just 3 220-8 (40) v St Erme 2 151 (36.1)
St Just 3 win by 69 runs
Truro 3 106 (27.5) v Perranarworthal 2 107-8 (35)
Perranarworthal 2 win by two wickets
Division 5 East
St Stephen took maximum points from their game at home to St Neot Taverners 2 after Ashley Gates took 4-17 as they triumphed by seven wickets, with Duloe slipping to second despite Aaron Conway’s fantastic 135* helping them to a four-wicket win at St Minver 2.
Elsewhere, William Priest took 4-26 as Holsworthy 2 defeated their Tideford counterparts by five wickets, while Roche Old Boys 3 defeated Foxhole by 118 runs at the Clay Country Bowl on Sunday.
Holsworthy 2 144-5 (33.2) v Tideford 2 143 (40)
Holsworthy win by five wickets
St Minver 2 206-4 (40) v Duloe 207-5 (36)
Duloe win by four wickets
St Stephen 116-3 (23.1) v St Neot Taverners 2 113 (38.3)
St Stephen win by seven wickets
Tintagel 2 v Werrington 4 (result not in)
Roche Old Boys 3 320-2 (40) v Foxhole 202 (31)
Roche Old Boys 3 win by 118 runs
Division 5 West
Camborne 3 are one of three teams with the maximum 40 points from the first two weekends after William MacDonald took 4-16 as they defeated Perranporth 2 by eight wickets. Crofty/Holman join Camborne on 40 after they cruised to an eight-wicket win over Gulval 2, with Steve Schotel taking 3-5 and Kevin Mankee taking 3-15 as the hosts skittled Gulval out for just 48.
St Gluvias 2 complete the trio after they strolled to a 152-run victory over St Ives 2 at Kernick, with Kumaaran Manoj Kumaran’s unbeaten 82 the highlight.
Elsewhere, Harry Martin top-scored with 55 as Helston 3 defeated St Just 4 by five wickets, while Kaiden Williams took 4-20 as Constantine 2 beat Falmouth 3 by three wickets.
Constantine 2 103-7 (39) v Falmouth 3 101 (36)
Constantine 2 win by three wickets
Crofty/Holman 51-2 (7) v Gulval 2 48 (24)
Crofty/Holman win by eight wickets
Helston 3 166-5 (37.2) v St Just 4 165 (38.4)
Helston 3 win by five wickets
Perranporth 2 87 (27.1) v Camborne 3 88-2 (34)
Camborne 3 win by eight wickets
St Gluvias 2 217-6 (40) v St Ives 2 65 (26.5)
St Gluvias 2 win by 152 runs
Division 6 Central
Falmouth 4 captain Toby Allies’ top score of 63 was not enough as St Erme 3 prevailed by five wickets at Channel 4, with Truro 4 matching their 20-point haul after their game at Perranarworthal 3 was conceded by the hosts.
Brian Best top-scored with 66 in spite of his Redruth 4 side losing by 54 runs at home to Mawnan, while St Day opener Gareth Jones provided 64 as his side defeated Perranporth 3 at Cargoll Road.
Falmouth 4 185 (38.5) v St Erme 3 187-5 (39.1)
St Erme 3 win by five wickets
Perranarworthal 3 v Truro 4
Perranarworthal 3 conceded
Perranporth 3 142 (29.4) v St Day 185 (37.4)
St Day win by 43 runs
Redruth 4 141 (37.4) v Mawnan 195-5 (40)
Mawnan win by 54 runs
Division 6 West
Keith Green and Fynley Moyle both recorded a sensational 4-13 as Camborne 4 eased to a seven-wicket win over Penzance 3, while Treve Polglase hit 62 as Rosudgeon & Kenneggy defeated Hayle 3 by 37 runs.
Camborne 4 68-3 (18) v Penzance 3 67 (22)
Camborne 4 win by seven wickets
Hayle 3 191-6 (40) v Rosudgeon & Kenneggy 228-5 (40)
Rosudgeon & Kenneggy win by 37 runs
Troon v Ludgvan 2
[Featured image: Colin Bradbury / Cornwall Sports Media]